Beijing has attacked the bills, saying they interfere in China’s internal affairs.

‘We Must Learn From History’

The New York Times has published leaked documents exposing China’s crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang region.

Mainland Chinese News Anchor Urges Taiwan (‘Wan Wan’) to Come Home

The plea comes as China is cracking down on anti-government protesters in Hong Kong, restricting religious practice in Tibet, and jailing hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minority groups in northwest China’s Xinjiang region.

I Want to Rule China Forever

China’s Communist Party closed high-level meetings Thursday with a statement praising the leadership of President Xi Jinping. China recently abolished presidential term limits, meaning Xi is serving an indefinite term as president. For some, lifetime rule for Xi is a Halloween nightmare.

Hong Kong Bars Prominent Activist From Seeking Election

Joshua Wong’s candidacy was rejected because he supports a political party that favors genuine autonomy for Hong Kong. Wong called the move “politically driven.”

The ‘Be Water’ Tactics of Hong Kong Protesters A Tsunami For Authorities

Protests in Hong Kong have been fast, fluid and flexible as protesters use social media to stay ahead of police. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam have struggled to respond.

U.S. Senator Warns Hong Kong Becoming ‘Police State’

Senator Josh Hawley made the remark as more than 100,000 protesters gathered in downtown Hong Kong, urging the U.S. Congress to pass legislation to sanction officials and police over human rights violations in the Chinese city.

U.S. Companies Kowtow Before China

Numerous Western companies and organizations have run afoul of Chinese nationalism, often whipped up by state media, under the rule of President Xi Jinping. Recent examples include Apple Computers, game-maker Blizzard, and the National Basketball Association.

Can Anyone Stop China?

Beijing has been effective at silencing critics as it carries out human rights abuses and stifles dissent in Tibet, Xinjiang and Hong Kong. The NBA was the latest victim. Chinese broadcasters have been ordered to cancel rebroadcasts of Houston Rockets’ games after a team official tweeted support for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

NBA Says Tweet Supporting Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protesters ‘Regrettable’

An official for the Houston Rockets basketball team posted, and quickly deleted, a tweet that read, “Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong.” In response, China’s basketball association said it was suspending its relationship with the Rockets, and Chinese broadcasters said they would no longer air the team’s games. NBA broadcasts attract a huge audience in China.

Check Your Eyesight and Your Conscience

Hong Kong police have been accused of demonizing pro-democracy protesters by calling them various names, including a mob, cockroaches and yellow objects.

Pork becomes a luxury in China

African swine flu has hit China's pig herds quite hard, causing prices for the country's most popular meat to shoot up.

Love Laced With Hatred

Chinese patriots' professed love for China comes with a lot of fanatical, violent hatred toward other countries and regions.

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